Not everyone who is unemployed is eligible for unemployment benefits. To
collect benefits, you must be temporarily out of work, through no fault of your own.
This article explains some common reasons why claims for unemployment
benefits are denied and provides some basic information on the appeals process
There are a number of reasons for denial of unemployment benefits. Wondering if
your claim will be approved or denied? Find out more about factors that impact ...
Other reasons for the denial of unemployment benefits include not working long
enough to accrue sufficient unemployment insurance to file a claim, refusing ...
May 7, 2013 ... Denied Unemployment? Here's ... Nothing stings worse than being denied
unemployment benefits. Well ... Common reasons for denial include:.
Benefit Denials. When can benefit payments be denied? There are many
reasons for denying benefit payments. The following is a list of some common
Feb 10, 2011 ... But collecting those benefits isn't always simple. Unemployment claims are often
denied, and sometimes for avoidable reasons.
If you have left your job and file a claim for unemployment insurance, there is a
possibility that you will be denied. Learn the most common reasons why ...
eligible to receive unemployment insurance benefits unless the employer ...
Many reasons for termination, however, do not meet the legal standard for denial
If your claim for unemployment insurance benefits is denied, your state
unemployment agency will send you a Notice of Determination explaining the
reason and ...